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IARI Recruitment 2021: Apply for Research Fellow, Project Assistant Posts; Check Age, Eligibility, Salary Details

Abha Toppo
Abha Toppo
IARI
Indian Agricultural Research Institute

Here is a good opportunity for those who want to work with IARI, one of the leading agricultural institutions in India. Indian Agricultural Research Institute, popularly known as Pusa institute is inviting applications for the post of Research Fellow and Project Assistant. Those interested and eligible can apply for IARI jobs after reading the details given below;

IARI Recruitment 2021: Job Details

Below we have mentioned complete details like age, eligibility, salary etc;

Research Fellow

Job Location - Delhi

Number of Posts - 9

Last Date - 14 Mar 2021

Educational Qualification - Candidates should have first class Master’s degree in Soil Science & AC (with thesis work). They must have at least 1 year of research experience post-degree in soil & plant chemical analysis

Desirable – Have some experience in measurement of greenhouse gases emission using gas chromatography.

Pay Scale – INR 35000 Per Month

Age - 35 years.

Project Assistant

Job Location - Delhi

Number of Posts - 6

Last Date - 14 Mar 2021

Educational Qualification - Applicants must be 10th or 12th pass with relevant experience

Desirable – They should have experience in handling animal dung & urine and soil sampling from farmers’ fields.

Pay Scale – INR 18000-20000 Per Month

Age - 35 years.

How to Apply for IARI Jobs 2021

If you are eligible for the abovementioned posts then send your application in the enclosed Performa along with self-attested scanned copy of all original documents to the Assistant Administrative Officer, CESCRA, IARI via e-mail (SANH.IARI@gmail.com) by 14 March 2021 till 4.30 pm.

For more details click -  IARI jobs 2021

About IARI

Indian Agricultural Research Institute began in 1905 at Pusa in Bihar. The institute was then called Agricultural Research Institute (ARI). The name of ARI was changed to the Imperial Institute of Agricultural Research in 1911 & in 1919 it was renamed as Imperial Agricultural Research Institute. After an earthquake on 15 Jan 1934, the institute was relocated to Delhi on 29 July 1936. And independence, it was renamed Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI).

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